Parent Council Information 

Our next Parent Council is Monday 14th September at 7pm on Zoom. The Zoom link has been sent out to all parents and caregivers by email on Monday 7th September.


This is also our AGM, where the two co-chairs will be stepping down after two years (The Parent Council constitution states a Chair can only stand for two years). If you are interested in joining the Parent Council as an elected member then please get in touch with us. 


The Parent Council aims to support the school in any way they can, whether it is fundraising or attending Highland Council meetings, recently we have donated money for sports equipment, facilities in the school and contributions to repairs not included in the Highland Council budget.

Co-Chairs  - Joe Hallwood & Steven McLennan

Treasurer - Jillian Mackenzie

Secretary - Shona Bowman

Parent Council Minutes


The next meeting of the Parent Council will be -


Monday, 14th September
7.00pm on Zoom


We are always looking for volunteers - the more we can do, the better it is for our children's education. Please consider joining the Parent Council and let us know of your interest at

If you are unable to attend and have a question you would like to ask the Rector and the Senior Management Team, please message it to us either on Facebook messenger or email it at




You can now donate online through our new fundraising platform, either a
single donation or regular donations are possible.

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Please help support Fortrose Academy Parent Council by shopping online.


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Every time you shop, you’ll raise a free donation for Fortrose Academy Parent Council every time, it’s that easy! 


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If you already have a fundraising account with Giving Machine, we are also registered on their site:

Highland Parent Council website to bring Parent Councils together.
Find out more about the Parent Council and the role it has to play in Scottish Education: